Dubai is not strange to the word “luxurious” and their latest addition Burj Al Arab hotel perfectly fits in the category.
The 60-floor swanky hotel comes 142 deluxe suites and boasts two floors, a minimum of 14 phones and its own butler and the butlers watch Downton Each of the 142 one-bedroom deluxe suites boasts two floors, a minimum of 14 phones and its own butler, the Daily Star reported.
A 24-carat iPad is available in each room, a 17-item pillow menu and beds are customised to each guest, and one has to shell-out to 813 pounds per night for their stay.
The real hefty price tag comes in with the most expensive royal suites, which cost up to 16,742 pounds per night.
The posh room imbibed with mahogany furniture, a marble and boast marble floors, mahogany furniture, a marble and gold staircase, a dining area for 12, lounge, library and a team of butlers.
Ten white Rolls-Royces are available for guests’ transfers to and from Dubai International Airport or around the Persian Gulf city itself.
Burj Al Arab , that claims itself to be the most luxurious in the world, has already hosted celebrities namely Kendall Jenner, Selena Gomez, F1 ace Lewis Hamilton, German model Claudia Schiffer, Andre Aggassi and Roger Federer among others.